How to spell HEIDLE correctly?

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  • beadle The priest, however, assisted by his beadle and by the herdsman, interrupts me, and all the more easily that I was speaking Italian.
  • hail In a place like Geneva, such an institution may be well: while we regard it with some caution lest it should run too high on points of doctrine, we cannot but hail with peculiar satisfaction such a favorable opportunity of educating young men in the sound principles of Christianity, that they may happily prove instruments in the Divine Hand to check the spread of infidelity.
  • hale Here, a labouring man, late for his work, hurried by; there, a hale old gentleman started for his early walk before breakfast.
  • handle She could handle them where others would have failed.
  • hardly Her voice was so low he could hardly hear it.
  • head And, after all, he would in a little time be head of the House.
  • header He appears too despondent for a header.
  • headless "There's a big story in this Headless Horseman business!
  • headline No sooner had his eye scanned the first headline than he was startled by a boisterous greeting from a fellow traveller, who was just passing down the aisle.
  • heal Thy hurt will heal."
  • healed Is it true he has healed the sick?"
  • healer Time, the mighty healer, and still more your company, will effect a cure which I should in vain seek by appealing to my reason.
  • heckle I was heckled by the crowd.
  • heed He paused to heed the voice in his head that was always telling him to slow down.
  • heedless Sheheedless of the crowd's jeers, she plowed onward.
  • heel I need to get a new pair of shoes because my heels are worn out.
  • hegel
  • held
  • heller I bought a new hat and it's really nice, but it's way too bright and it's called "heller.
  • herd The herd of elephants was so large it was difficult to see the other animals.
  • herder The herder was tending to his flock of sheep.
  • hide I need to hide my books before my parents get home.
  • hill I always feel a little better after a walk up the hill.
  • hilt The sword's hilt was smooth and unassuming.
  • hitler Hitler was one of the most evil presidents in American history.
  • huddle After the huddle, the team went back to their stations.
  • hurdle In order to jump over the hurdle, he had to get down on all fours.
  • hurdler This new hurdler is sure to be a crowd favorite.
  • hurtle She hurls herself out of the window.
  • idle She idled away the hours, reading and doodling in her notepad.
  • idler Billy often sits idly by the lake.
  • meddle It is not appropriate to meddle in other people's affairs.
  • needle I need a small, thin needle to sew this seam.
  • peddle
  • sidle
  • tile I need a new tile for the bathroom.
  • wheedle
  • Headily
  • Heeled She wore high heeled boots to match her dress.
  • Hid
  • Hided He was hided in the closet for hours.
  • Hider Her mother had a way of hiding her emotions that made Marion feel like she was the only one who couldn't read her mother
  • Heidi The little girl in the red dress is Heidi.
  • Hyde
  • hailed He was just past and no more when a familiar voice hailed him.
  • hides
  • he'd Why, he'd rather look at a picture than a thoroughbred any day!"
  • he'll Yes, and he'll tell you it was just before Thanksgivin' of '85, so what's the use?
  • hole

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